Lessons from Implementing a Range of TeleMedicine Programs at a Rural Facility

Date(s) - 11 Sep 2013
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM


Lessons from Implementing a Range of TeleMedicine Programs at a Rural Facility

Daniel Roe, MD, Copper Queen Community Hospital
Wednesday, September 11, 2013 11:00am Arizona Time (PST)

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Improving Access to Quality Medical Care
The practice and delivery of healthcare is changing, with an emphasis on improving quality, safety, efficiency, & access to care. Telemedicine can help you achieve these goals! The University of Arizona Center for Rural Health & the Southwest Telehealth Resource Center invite you to a free webinar on the implementation and practice of telemedicine.

Telehealth Webinar
Wednesday, September 11, 2013

11:00 am – 12:00 pm  PDT
“Lessons from Implementing a Range of Telemedicine Programs at a Rural Facility”

This is an opportunity to learn about:

  1. Present real examples in order to discuss issues and mistakes related to the implementation of Telemedicine programs.
  2. Promote efforts to understand the true purposes of Telemedicine programs as well as honest appraisals of their potential for achieving those purposes.
  3. Provide examples that demonstrate that some Telemedicine programs provide more benefits than others.

For more information and registration instructions click here.

About the Presenter

Daniel Roe, M.D. Copper Queen Community Hospital

Daniel A. Roe, M.D. has been in practice as an Emergency Physician for 17 years. He completed a residency in Emergency Medicine at Columbia University in New York City after receiving a medical degree from Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. Dr. Roe is the Chief Medical Officer at Copper Queen Community Hospital in Bisbee, Arizona, where he also serves as Director of Emergency Services and Telemedicine.

This webinar is made possible through funding provided by Health Resources and Services Administration, Office for the Advancement of Telehealth and the Office of Rural Health Policy, Rural Hospital Flexibility Program